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Getting through (and maybe even enjoying?!) isolation

The government guidelines seem to be changing minute-by-minute, but at this point it looks like we will all be in isolation by next week. It is such a tricky situation and for many of us, we will be working from home in addition to caring for and teaching our children. I have been giving a lot of thought to how I'm going to approach being isolated with my family for at least 4 weeks. I love those 3 little stinkers (and the big stinker too), but the thought of having them around the house 24 hours a day makes me break out in a cold sweat. Caring for (and mediating between) 3 children, whilst trying to keep our business afloat at the same time seems like a pretty daunting task. I have decided

The Digital Workshop Hub Is Now Live

If you haven't read our flurry of social media posts at the weekend then I'd encourage you to take a look. Last week totally pulled the rug out from underneath us both and we really felt like all of the work that we had put into building our community was going to end abruptly through no fault of our own. And then we went for a walk... across a field, and we sat by a fallen tree (below) and we realised that when you create a business based around creating a community you have a duty to be there for that community when they need you the most. A few more hours passed and we had a plan. A good plan. A plan that we've started working on today. So... what's the plan? We've built a new page on

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